Hacking through space and time

Hacking through space and time

Are British hackers funnier than their American peers? Do Polish hackers produce more polished hacks? And what does Mike Elsmore have in common with the Pharaohs? Cristiano takes us through time and space to look at the history of hackathons, taking us from ancient Egypt to modern Singapore, comparing cultural differences in hack ideas and implementations.

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Cristiano Betta

October 01, 2014
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  2. HACKING THROUGH SPACE AND TIME

  3. HACKING THROUGH SPACE AND TIME Cristiano Betta @cbetta

  4. HACKING THROUGH SPACE AND TIME Cristiano Betta @cbetta

  5. I WORK IN THE SKY

  6. LAST WEEK

  7. TODAY

  8. WHICH CAN BE GREAT

  9. AND REALLY BAD

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  12. BATTLEHACK.ORG

  13. HACKED.IO

  14. THE EARLIEST HACKERS

  15. THE EARLIEST HACKERS

  16. HACKERS CODE OF ETHICS courses.cs.vt.edu/professionalism/ WorldCodes/Hackers.Code.html

  17. Access to Computers - and anything which might teach you

    something about the way the world works - should be unlimited and total
  18. Not all failure is good, but failure is essential

  19. It’s about process/product process and product

  20. KEN ROBINSON TED TALK

  21. All information should be free

  22. One who says, ! "What is mine is yours and

    what is yours is yours” ! this is a righteous person.
  23. Mistrust Authority Promote Decentralization.

  24. FRENCH REVOLUTION

  25. Hackers should be judged by their hacking ! not their

    degree, age, race, or position
  26. ALAN TURING

  27. You can create art and beauty on a computer

  28. ANTIKYTHERA MECHANISM

  29. ANTIKYTHERA MECHANISM

  30. Computers can change your life for the better

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  33. Who does a pharaoh talk to when he's sad?

  34. Who does a pharaoh talk to when he's sad? His

    mummy
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  37. THE HACKER REVOLUTION

  38. Access to Computers - and anything which might teach you

    something about the way the world works - should be unlimited and total
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  40. PHREAKING

  41. THE BLUE BOX

  42. THOSE GUYS

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  45. All information should be free

  46. Mistrust Authority Promote Decentralization.

  47. Every organization rests upon a mountain of secrets Julian Assange

  48. HACK(DAYS|ATHONS)

  49. OPEN HACK LONDON 2007

  50. 1 HACKED ROOF

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  52. PALM V

  53. OPENBSD

  54. YAHOO OPEN HACK

  55. 20% TIME

  56. HACKERPLEDGE.ORG

  57. PAYPAL.GITHUB.IO

  58. linkedin.com/in/danesecooper

  59. SPACE LORD

  60. STAR LORD

  61. 2013

  62. 2013

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  66. John Lunn

  67. 2014

  68. 2014

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  76. KC FOX

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  78. WHICH HACKERS ARE THE BEST?

  79. LONDON

  80. LONDON

  81. LONDON

  82. CHARITYSHOCK

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  89. MIAMI

  90. MIAMI

  91. MIAMI

  92. BERLIN

  93. BERLIN

  94. BERLIN

  95. POLAND

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  98. TEL AVIV

  99. SEATTLE

  100. SEATTLE

  101. ISTANBUL

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  104. SINGAPORE

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  116. Hackers should be judged by their hacking ! not their

    degree, age, race, or position
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  126. WHICH HACKERS ARE THE BEST?

  127. LIVE BY THE CODE

  128. SHARE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE

  129. CHALLENGE AUTHORITY

  130. HAVE FUN

  131. HAVE FUN

  132. THANK YOU Cristiano Betta @cbetta